DR Systems (Booth 7645) is highlighting the capabilities of its new version of Unity RIS/PACS as well as its new Zero-Download Ambassador (ZDA), a web-based clinical review application. The new thin-client ZDA, which provides advantages for institutions already using DR Systems' Web Ambassador software. Web Ambassador enables referring doctors and other clinicians to view exams and reports remotely from their home or office computers, or while traveling. With the new ZDA, clinicians no longer have to download the software before accessing reports and exams on their own computers.
DR Systems is also exhibiting its Release 8.2 software for its Unity RIS/PACS platform, which include: DICOM structured reports, CS Series Workstation, web-based EMR access, multiple volyme support and improved Sentinel capabilities.
The company said its Unity Platform will soon offer the capability of indicating whether exams transferred from a third-party PACS have been read. It also expects to be able to transfer exam reports to a third-party PACS.
Finally, the company is showcasing its web-based imaging informatics. The Unity enterprise imaging and information management system will be demonstrated operating in an HTTP communication protocol environment, according to DR Systems.